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Abraham Slabs

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 3

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Summary

Long slabs with a view of the lake

Description

Long limestone slabs which can be seen from the highway. SW facing.

Access issues inherited from David Thompson Corridor

Mostly crown land. The majority of routes in the area have been developed by C.O.E. (Centre for Outdoor Education) guides and instructors.

More info on COE here http://www.coe.ca/

You can pick up their local guidebook for $20, all proceeds go towards future route development.

You can also support the David Thompson Corridor Bolt Fund directly at the link below. https://www.gofundme.com/f/david-thompson-bolt-fund?fbclid=IwAR1N-uUwTTVtwd8GDheyCTfPZsZQFTLAlUEFkMFEnypOI6c8c6ZnsZSMyzg

Ethic inherited from David Thompson Corridor

This area is mostly used by COE guides and instructors. They do leave some gear and the crags, please respect it and leave it there.

Routes

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First 2 pitches can be easily linked together with minimal rope drag.

Pitch 5 is long, a 70m rope rappel with stretching may get you to the P4 anchors with no rope to spare depending on the stretch of the rope and climber weight, tie knots!

There is a set of intermediate rappel rings near the beginning of pitch 5 if you don't quite reach the P4 anchors. Rappel from the intermediate rings and also P4 anchors, as the intermediate anchors wont reach P3 anchors.

FA: J. Booth & A. Berge

FA: Andrew Abel & Tobi Von Butler, 2021

FA: Andrew Abel & Nathaniel Johnson, 2021

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